Local Northern Lights College students receive tuition awards

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The awarded students are currently enrolled in programs at the Fort St. John or Dawson Creek campus which begun in September.

Recipients from the Fort St. John campus include Alicia Remenda-Alton, who was honoured with the Audrey Clark Memorial Award, worth $5,000.

Angela Court and Makaela Paynter, also students at the Energetic City’s campus, were awarded the NLC Foundation Award of Excellence, providing them $3,000 each to go towards their tuition.

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Also distributed to nine other students from both the Fort St. John and Dawson Creek campuses was the NLC Foundation Entrance Award, worth $1,000 to each student.

Recipients from Fort St. John included Hyunki Lee, Mitch Palfi and Ronald Rapio, while the Dawson Creek students included April Dundas, Amanda Enyedy, Aiden Goulet, Leanna Hainrych, Janine Moorman and Colton Rand.    


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